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Toshiba Sattellite P750d Will Not Boot


Sign In Sign In Remember me Not recommended on shared computers Sign in anonymously Sign In Forgot your password? Or if it is, then it's really light and pretty cool. Hence the reason it was getting very hot and your fans were working overtime. If the problem still exists then most the laptop contains the option to perform hard drive test from CMOS Setup. http://gsdclb.org/toshiba-laptop/toshiba-won-t-boot.php

To reinstall your laptop to the factory settings / "out of the box" settings, please follow these steps. Any unsaved data will be lost. 2) Press and hold the 0 (zero) key and at the same time, tap the power button once to switch on your notebook. 3) When If however it doesn't come back on, most likely the board or processor overheated.As one last shot in the dark, I'd remove the power cord, remove the battery. It's possible you burned up the processor, or motherboard.

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Ask a new question Read More Boot Components Toshiba Related Resources Toshiba Satellite C660-28R not boot up toshiba Satellite A505-S6005 Boot Up Error 0xc0000034 Toshiba satellite l755-s5248 boot up disk Toshiba Subscribe to our newsletter Sign Up Team Terms of Use Contact Policies CCM Benchmark Group health.ccm.net Login|Contact Us Computer For Online Computer Support, Ask a Computer Technician Ask an Expert Computer I really appreciate the help! Such thing if exists is so rare that for sure won't be used to target a small man but for some greater purposes (espionage or something like that), so don't be

I can't really get to the screen where I could choose to start in Safe Mode. I doubt that Acer has integrated the recovery partition such as Toshiba did. Not mouse pad, not keyboard, not plug in mouse. Toshiba Laptop Startup Problems Thank you so much for taking the time to try to help me, too.

Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. If you have a friends power cord with the same connector, and enough watts for your laptop go ahead and try that first. I was just about out of ideas for a dell laptop that I had been working on i even took apart the whole laptop looking for faulty components, then I was Sign In Sign Up Browse Back Browse Forums Guidelines Staff Online Users Members Activity Back Activity All Activity My Activity Streams Unread Content Content I Started Search Malwarebytes.com Back Malwarebytes.com Malwarebytes

If, and because my Toshiba is notorious for shutting down unexpectedly, it shuts down during the process...what'll happen then? Toshiba Satellite Stuck On Toshiba Screen I always assume that if somebody has data that is important there are at least two copies on different media at all times. enough time to cool off) then it should power back on. I'm willing to try, but I really am pretty scared.

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And it has light pink and light blue dots/tiny squares. Ask a question Member requests are more likely to be responded to. Toshiba Satellite Black Screen On Startup When I power it up, it only shows the TOSHIBA screen with the F2 and F12 options, but after that, nothing else happens. My Toshiba Laptop Wont Boot Up Windows 7 Unfortunately it could have been anything so I can't tell you why.

The only other thing I could think about doing is try running it without the hard drive and then try booting from a live cd like http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop. this contact form Report djsmurf 101Posts Friday January 9, 2009Registration date April 30, 2011 Last seen - Mar 4, 2011 at 08:39 PM No CD or DVD needed. (Because you think heat was causing Stay logged in Sign up now! Could a faulty power cord be the issue? Toshiba Laptop Won't Power On

Seems like everyone has an HP and the cord does not fit in my laptop. I would say if it is your ram you should swap back to your old motherboard and keep the newer power cable. If that is not the case with some of your data and you cannot get the PC turning on you will want to put the hard drive in an external enclosure have a peek here Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem?

If you can access your bios its a good indication that your hardware is ok, though you may still need to do a factory restore. Toshiba Laptop Doesn't Start Up Than I let go of both the buttons and pressed power back on and VOILA the screen came back on. As Ambucias stated above.

TerryNet, Jul 8, 2014 #4 P750 Thread Starter Joined: Jun 10, 2014 Messages: 7 Thank you terrynet, i am a little confused to say the least.

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Make sure your charger isn't loose, and than you're aren't surging too much power through the outlets-sometimes these can make the screen black too. This is a common problem on the Toshiba Satellite from what I hear so I hope this last at least a couple of months. Report djsmurf 101Posts Friday January 9, 2009Registration date April 30, 2011 Last seen - Mar 3, 2011 at 07:35 PM have you attempted to enter the system bios with the F2 Toshiba Laptop Screen Not Working eatmypieMar 25, 2014, 8:02 PM That is somewhat weird if it happened on both motherboards, and both power cables.

But then, after the Toshiba screen and during the black screen, it stops showing altogether. If you did, I will seek another opinion from our inhouse wizard, jack4rall. Here are some examples of enclosures. http://gsdclb.org/toshiba-laptop/toshiba-won-t-boot-up.php If it's out of warranty your options are replace the motherboard yourself, or have a shop do it.

After that, nothing else happens. P750 is not very old series, so warranty seems to be valid I would recommend you to call the Toshiba authorized service center and explain exactly the issue. It's also quite possible your power supply damaged your battery and since your power supply is defective, and your battery is damaged there's really no power to the laptop all together. Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations.